Center for Access and Restorative Engagement

Welcome to the Center for Access and Restorative Engagement

We are dedicated to providing vital leadership in the pursuit of fostering a fair and rewarding campus experience for all members of the Longhorn community. We invite you to explore our website and our available services below, where you will find many tools designed to support a respectful learning and working environment.

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Dynamics of Leadership and Dialogue

Dynamics of Leadership and Dialogue offers learning resources aimed at guiding the University community to nurture dialogue skills that foster transformative leadership and impact.

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Initiatives for Campus Support

Initiatives for Campus Support is a centralized resource where students, staff, faculty, and visitors can share their concerning or helpful campus climate experiences and receive peer support and educational resources without investigation or referral (unless required by law).

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Institute for Restorative Justice

Are you or your team experiencing intrapersonal or interpersonal related concerns? The Institute for Restorative Justice is dedicated to assisting you navigate and mitigate harm through our Restorative processes, educational opportunities, or programmatic support planning.

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Access and Equal Opportunity Program

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action (AA) are legally required due to the university’s status as a federal contractor. The CARE serves as a resource in supporting the institutional responsibility for implementing EEO and AA across campus.

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